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In the news today, Dec. 15
TERESA WRIGHT: New Green MLA not ashamed of financial woes
Charlottetown police seek identity of suspect in coffee shop break and enter
Wayne Bernard laid to rest with help from equine friend, fulfilling long-made ...
UPDATE: P.E.I. runner turns swimmer resulting in large emergency response
The Guardian's Quick Question
Biggar wants to end evening sittings of P.E.I. legislature
I BELIEVE: Boy on P.E.I. bringing joy to children, buying gifts for ...
Cape Breton Post
12 Strays of Christmas - Day 5
UPEI student performs during Fanningbank open house
North River Fire Department’s Santa Tour celebrates 25 years Dec. 16
ELLEN MACPHAIL: Women's Institute ready for the Christmas season
Lighten up traditional shepherd's pie recipe by using cauliflower puree instead of potatoes
MARGARET PROUSE: Brad Long’s new book all about butter
12 Strays of Christmas - Day 1
The first animal to be profiled in the 2017 edition of the 12 Strays of Christmas is Slick Rick. This affectionate three-year-old tabby cat loves playtime with his cat toys. Slick Rick is a real charmer who likes to cuddle and would do well in a ...
12 Strays of Christmas - Day 2
The second animal to be profiled in the 2017 edition of the 12 Strays of Christmas is Hunny, a sweet four-month-old grey Lionhead rabbit. He is very energetic and will need lots of space for running, jumping and twists high in the air. Hunny ...
Stewart Memorial Home residents benefit from creativity and social interaction at workshop
TYNE VALLEY, P.E.I. – The Stewart Memorial Home (SMH) residents recently held an open house to display various polymer clay projects designed and sculptured by the residents. Local artist Lynn Gaudet was hired to develop, coordinate and deliver ...
RYAN CAIRNS: Attitude goes a long way towards achieving results
The holiday season is upon us yet again. It comes every year. The question is: are you closer or further from where you want to be now than at this time last year? Do you already know that your New Year's resolution is going to be five more ...
GOING GREEN - MARK, BEN CULLEN: Christmas au naturel with holly, ivy decorations
Christmas is a couple of weeks away and it is highly likely that you are decorating out of doors for the season. If you like the natural look, versus icicle lights or blown up Santa and reindeer, we have some advice for you that will look great and ...
Summerside man in his seventies shows no sign of slowing down from high-level soccer
Soccer has taken Dave Stewart around the world and to some of the most dangerous places, but despite being 72-years-old he won’t be hanging up his boots anytime soon. “When I was a young lad back in Northern Ireland I joined a Saturday ...
HIGH SCHOOL REPORTS: P.E.I. students find ways to connect with community
Souris Regional School The Souris Regional School band concert was a huge success last week. Students from seven to 12 displayed their musical talent to the community by performing many songs. The graduating class had a great time in the Santa ...
Farm Animal Care Workshop teaches how to keep P.E.I. livestock happy, healthy
The rainy, after-supper dark gave way to a bright indoor arena. The soft sandy floor was freshly raked for the guests, who were front and centre. Two spotted goats with floppy ears and two pigs - one pink, one a lovely shade of brown - were in ...
Parish hosting Christmas house tour with proceeds in support of St. Anthony’s Parish church renovation fund
Eight houses, including the church rectory, are on the list for St. Anthony’s Parish’s first ever Christmas House tour Saturday. Proceeds from ticket sales for the tour will support the St. Anthony’s Parish church restoration ...
GUEST SERMON: Each year as December’s days unfold, Christians mark Advent
By Rev. Lonnie S. Atkinson Special to The Guardian “What Child is this Who laid to rest On Mary’s lap is sleeping? Whom angels greet with anthem sweet While shepherds watch are ...